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White House Pizza Open For Business

Remodeled, renamed pizza place pushing pies again.

 

Paul Boulos, one of the new owners of the former Santa's Pizza at 828 Diamond Hill Road, said he and his partners decided the pizzaria needed a change when they bought it in late 2012.

They're open again under a new name, White House Pizza, and Boulos said customers can expect better food and better service. 

The business sports a new sign and menu to go with the new name, including delicacies like buffalo / barbeque chicken pizza, Hawaiian, Clam Casino and Shrimp Scampi pizza.

They also offere subs, pasta dishes, wings, salads and calzones. 

They deliver, too - call 401-765-3555.

BR February 17, 2013 at 03:23 AM
We tried it and were not satisfied at all. The food was not hot and it did not have much flavor.
hope henry February 23, 2013 at 12:44 AM
We have ordered from here and the service is excellent and the food was great! We think their pizza is the best in the city and we have recommended them to all of our friends and family! Give them a try, once you try their food you will not order from any where else again! Also, their prices are very reasonable in comparison to the portion sizes. Whitehouse Pizza has our vote!
Steve February 23, 2013 at 10:04 PM
Had home delivery last night, the fish and chips were greasy, the pizza was sub-par, and the calzone was just OK. Over priced and not worth the price of the meal. Won't order from them again.......
Nabil Megalaa February 28, 2013 at 01:03 AM
It's funny I worked Saturday and we did not sell 1 order of fish and chip also was no deliverys thanks for the comments all I have to say is try us your self you will fall in love with are cooking ~Otto the cook

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